A little bit about Meg Lewis
I use my skills as a designer and my love for comedy to make the world a happier place through design, books, talks, writing, spaces, podcasts, workshops, and videos!
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Dribbble’s official podcast goes behind the
shots of your favorite designers
In this episode, Meg discusses Sears’ new rebrand, an awesome new hand-lettering manual, and the trailer for Wes Anderson’s new movie. Plus, Meg chats with Fanny Luor and Sean Suchara about designing for social good. Thanks to Oxygen for sponsoring this episode!Read more & listen
Put A Label On It (Or Don't)
Meg and today’s co-host Rogie King talk all about a new design tool, designing from memory, and Amazon Dating. Plus, they dive into whether design titles and labels are harmful or helpful. Thanks to Oxygen Banking for sponsoring this episode!
Speaking of Speaking...
Meg talks all things design events and conferences—which ones to attend, gender representation on stage, and tips for giving a good talk & sending speaking proposals. Also, special correspondent Ryan Arruda joins us to deliver the latest typography news. This episode is brought to you by .ME
WTF Aaron Carter
Meg banters with hand-lettering artist extraordinaire Lauren Hom about jerks who steal work, misty movie posters, and the joy of passion projects. Plus, a special sit-down with Ryan Scott Tandy, Director of Product Design at Instacart.
About That Toilet Tweet
In today’s episode, host Meg Lewis talks about the new Fisher-Price rebrand, Netflix-induced sleep loss, and why you should always show up as yourself.
Overtime Is Back: New Host, Meg Lewis Talks 2020 Goals & List Making
Welcome to the new Overtime! In this episode, host Meg Lewis and today’s co-host Andy J. Pizza chat about design trends, foam pits, productivity, and the value of New Year’s resolutions.
Figma’s Dylan Field on building design tools that empower collaboration
In a new episode of Overtime, our very own Director of Design Noah Stokes chats with Figma co-founder Dylan Field on all things design process and collaboration. Learn more about Figma’s mission to give everyone—including non-traditional designers—the power to communicate and collaborate. Also hear them talk about using Figma to build design systems, some new exciting features on the platform, and much more! This episode is brought to you by .ME.